And the good news is….the AZ GOP’s got the mo

According to an advisory issued this week by Secretary of State Ken Bennett, the Arizona Republican Party added more than 12,000 voters between the end of July and the latest report, giving the state GOP 1,131,802 active, registered members.

The state Democrat Party grew by nearly 1,700 members, with the party now claiming 1,002,937 active, registered voters. The state Libertarian Party added 239 registered voters, giving it 24,382 in Arizona, and the Green Party added 235 of its own. As of the latest report, the Arizona Green Party had 4,820 active, registered voters.

In all, including the nearly 29,000 who registered without declaring a party preference, that translates to 43,542 Arizonans who have joined the voter rolls since the end of July — with more than 3.14 million voters now registered for state’s General Election. Check out the complete report here

Welcome to all of the newly energized voters who will exercise their constitutional rights this coming Tuesday, November 2 — if they haven’t already done so by early ballot.  How fortunate we Americans are!


8 Responses to And the good news is….the AZ GOP’s got the mo

  1. Radical American Patriot says:

    Wow! 4,820 Green Party voters. They believe the Obama/Grijalva controlled Democrat/Communist Party is too conservative for them!! LOLOL

    Don’t anyone forget the Green Party is NOT about the environment; that’s just a front or smokescreen. They are committed Marxists but can’t join the Communist Party here in Arizona. Why? The party is illegal!! LOL

  2. Sgt. Preston says:

    OK, so we’re (mostly) all registered. Now let’s make sure we vote. And get your relatives, friends and neighbors to the polls. This is as important an election as I recall. We must change the congress and not allow Obama to think he has a mandate to continue to assault us with frontal Marxism.

  3. Maggie says:

    DON’T MAIL YOUR BALLOT IN. IT’S TOO LATE. Take it to your polling place.

  4. RIchard Grayson, Green Party Candidate for Congress, AZ-06 says:

    @Radical American Patriot: The Communist Party is not “illegal” in Arizona or anywhere else. (I’m sure you’d agree that it would be unconstitutional for the government to make illegal a party based on its beliefs.) The CPUSA has a district office in Tucson. See:

  5. Jay Bird says:

    You’re a nut, Grayson. Aren’t you the same guy who changed your name to resemble Batman’s sidekick, Dick?

    Seems you were once a committed democrat. Not much difference these days between the Reds and the Dems. They sure aren’t the party of patriot Harry Truman today.

  6. Javier says:

    In paragraph one the author calls registering with a party a “member.” In the third paragraph it is called a “preference.” I would argue the former is the most accurate and as such we ought to have closed primary elections.

    Allowing independently registered voters to go to bat for my Republican team in primary elections is ludicrous. Which team allows strangers to show up on game day and take a spot in the line-up? None!

    Close our primary elections now. No more Republicrats like John McStain and Jim Waring!

  7. Radical American Patriot says:

    @Richard Grayson, Green Party Candidate for Congress, AZ-06 said, “The Communist Party is not ‘illegal’ in Arizona or anywhere else.”

    Well Richard G., perhaps you should be better informed! Here is a direct post from ARS 16-806… “Proscription of Communist Party of United States, its successors, and subsidiary organizations”

    “The Communist Party of the United States, or any successors of such party regardless of the assumed name, the object of which is to overthrow by force or violence the government of the United States, or the government of the state of Arizona, or its political subdivisions shall not be entitled to be recognized or certified as a political party under the laws of the state of Arizona and shall not be entitled to any of the privileges, rights or immunities attendant upon legal political bodies recognized under the laws of the state of Arizona, or any political subdivision thereof; whatever rights, privileges or immunities shall have heretofore been granted to said Communist Party of the United States as defined in this section, or to any of its subsidiary organizations, by reason of the laws of the state of Arizona, or of any political subdivision thereof, are hereby terminated and shall be void.”

    If you are campaigning to be a Congressman, don’t you think that you SHOULD know what you are talking about before speaking in complete ignorance. I do give you credit for one thing though. You didn’t dispute my comments about the Green Party, right?

  8. Radical American Patriot says:

    You will find the ARS in Title 16, Chapter 5, Article 1. Read 16-805 for the “Findings of Fact and statement of public policy,” which comes just before the proscription against the Communist Party!

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